Interested in personalized medicine?
Want to know how IBM’s Watson outsmarted “Jeopardy!” champ Ken Jennings? Curious about big data and the world’s most powerful supercomputers?
These topics—and much more—were discussed at this year’s CDSE Days, a six-day program at the University at Buffalo that explored how big data and high-performance computing have become essential to scientific progress, economic competitiveness, national security, medicine and other issues.
The program brought some of the nation’s most preeminent scholars of data-enabled science to Buffalo. Highlights included:
CDSE stands for Computational and Data-enabled Science and Engineering, a new doctoral program at UB.